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A Roundup of Top Tile Trends - Recent Projects by Rachel Elizabeth Interiors

One element that never fails to capture our imagination are tiles. Tiles are more than just a practical choice for floors and walls; they are an opportunity to infuse a space with personality and style. In this blog post, we'll take you on a journey through some of the top tile trends we've been exploring in our recent projects.

1. Moroccan Magic 

Moroccan-inspired tiles have taken the design world by storm, and we're fully embracing the magic they bring to spaces. These tiles, adorned with intricate geometric patterns and rustic charm, are a stunning choice for kitchen splashbacks, bathroom walls, and even as statement flooring. In a recent project, we've used Moroccan tiles to add a touch of exotic elegance and character to a  contemporary butlers pantry.

Butlers Pantry Moroccan Tile

2. Subway Revival: Beyond the Basic White

Subway tiles have been a staple in kitchen and bathroom design for years, but the recent resurgence of interest in this classic look has brought exciting new variations. We've been experimenting with subway tiles in various colours, sizes, and layouts to breathe fresh life into this timeless trend. Soft pastels, deep blue tones, and textured finishes have all found their way into our projects, giving subway tiles a modern twist.

Blue Subway Tiles Bathroom

3. Innovative Installation Patterns

While traditional tile layouts are undoubtedly classic, we love to explore innovative installation patterns that breathe fresh life into your spaces. Herringbone, basketweave, and pinwheel layouts are just the tip of the iceberg. Our recent Powder Room and Laundry project has seen us experimenting with unique and eye-catching pattern that turn the walls into works of art.

Powder Room and Laundry Tiles

4. Warm and Earthy

One of the standout tile trends we've been incorporating into our recent projects is the use of warm and earthy tones. These tiles bring a sense of comfort and cosiness to any space. Whether you're designing a rustic kitchen or a serene bathroom, warm and earthy tiles add a touch of nature to your interiors. Think terracotta, soft beige, warm browns, and muted greens - colours that evoke the beauty of the great outdoors.

Warn and Earthy Tiles

5. Moody and Dark Hues

While white tiles have their place, our recent projects have seen a shift towards using darker, moodier hues in tile design. Deep blues, charcoal greys, and rich blacks bring an air of sophistication and opulence to bathrooms, laundries and kitchens. Paired with the right lighting and contrasting elements, these tiles create an alluring, cosy ambiance.

Dark and Moody Tiles

6. Timeless Grey and White

In the world of interior design, some trends come and go, but others endure the test of time. One such timeless trend we've been delighted to incorporate into our recent projects is the classic grey subway tile. This shade not only creates a sense of tranquility but also offer a versatile canvas for various design elements.

Grey Subway Tiles

We hope you've been inspired by the timeless elegance and the diverse ways tiles can transform spaces into works of art.

If you're considering a home renovation or design project, don't hesitate to reach out to us. 


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